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Post  Curry on Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:08 pm

49 Jeremy Accardo R/R 6-1 190 12/08/81
57 Shawn Camp R/R 6-0 205 11/18/75
39 Jesse Carlson L/L 6-0 160 12/31/80
27 Brett Cecil R/L 6-2 225 07/02/86
37 Scott Downs L/L 6-2 215 03/17/76
54 Jason Frasor R/R 5-9 175 08/09/77
-- Reidier Gonzalez R/R 5-9 215 11/01/85
32 Roy Halladay R/R 6-5 225 05/14/77
58 Dirk Hayhurst L/R 6-2 195 03/24/81
-- Sean Henn R/L 6-4 225 04/23/81
44 Casey Janssen R/R 6-3 225 09/17/81
22 Brandon League R/R 6-2 200 03/16/83
51 Jesse Litsch R/R 6-1 215 03/09/85
28 Shaun Marcum R/R 5-10 195 12/14/81
29 Dustin McGowan R/R 6-3 230 03/24/82
59 Brad Mills R/L 5-11 185 03/05/85
67 Luis Perez L/L 6-0 205 01/20/85
25 David Purcey L/L 6-4 240 04/22/82
60 Robert Ray R/R 6-5 195 01/21/84
48 Scott Richmond R/R 6-5 215 08/30/79
33 Josh Roenicke R/R 6-3 195 08/04/82
24 Ricky Romero R/L 6-0 215 11/06/84
34 Marc Rzepczynski L/L 6-1 205 08/29/85
56 Brian Tallet L/L 6-6 215 09/21/77
-- Zechry Zinicola R/R 6-1 220 03/02/85
Catchers B/T Ht Wt DOB
13 Raul Chavez R/R 5-11 240 03/17/73
Infielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
-- Brian Dopirak R/R 6-4 230 12/20/83
7 Edwin Encarnacion R/R 6-2 230 01/07/83
-- Alex Gonzalez R/R 5-11 215 02/15/77
2 Aaron Hill R/R 5-11 205 03/21/82
-- Jarrett Hoffpauir R/R 5-9 190 06/18/83
-- Mike McCoy R/R 5-9 175 04/02/81
6 John McDonald R/R 5-9 180 09/24/74
35 Lyle Overbay L/L 6-2 230 01/28/77
Outfielders B/T Ht Wt DOB
23 Jose Bautista R/R 6-1 200 10/19/80
26 Adam Lind L/L 6-2 220 07/17/83
45 Travis Snider L/L 6-0 235 02/02/88
10 Vernon Wells R/R 6-1 230 12/08/78
Designated Hitters B/T Ht Wt DOB
3 Randy Ruiz R/R 6-1 240 10/19/77

Here are your top 10 prospects:

1. Yohermyn Chavez: He's not a prototypical No. 1 prospect, but Chavez has middle-of-the-order potential and a strong work ethic. But he is still raw, and his bat needs to improve across the board. Call me bullish, but he is near the top of the list of breakout candidates for 2010.
2. Chad Jenkins: The Blue Jays seem to have a standard type of arm that they go after, and Jenkins fits the mold as their 2009 first-round pick. He's not a fire-baller, but he has a big frame, good endurance, a nice repertoire and natural downward movement on his offerings.
3. J.P. Arencibia: 2009 was a tough year at the plate for Arencibia. Despite his frustrating campaign, his home run numbers still shined through. He has the defense to stick behind the plate and the power to be an offensive weapon at the major league level.
4. Tyler Pastornicky: Defensively, Pastornicky has the glove, arm and footwork to stick at shortstop. And that's half the battle. Offensively, his plus speed and workable on-base skills could mean top-of-the-order potential.
5. Zach Stewart: Stewart has a fastball that can hit 95 on the radar gun, and a good slider to back it up. But does he have the endurance and third pitch necessary to permanently make it as a starter? There is a chance, but I'm thinking no. Otherwise he has a bright future in the bullpen.
6. David Cooper: His 2009 season wasn't a complete embarrassment, but, needless to say, Toronto was expecting more. He showed good contact skills and plate discipline, but his power and batting average were a huge disappointment. There is still time.
7. Henderson Alvarez: While he doesn't have an ideal frame, the young Alvarez impressed plenty in 2009 with his controlled low-90s fastball and strike-throwing ability. His game needs improvement across the board, but he is one to watch.
8. Moises Sierra: Every bit of Sierra's game took a leap forward in 2009 . . . everything except his home run power. His frame and swing have home run ability, though. It will come. He is a promising young corner outfield prospect with plenty more to prove.
9. Brad Emaus: Emaus has a bit of power, a bit of speed, good contact skills and some strong plate discipline to back it up. He does everything well but nothing great. He could be a solid big league second baseman.
10. Brad Mills: There isn't any projection left in his arm, but Mills has great mechanics, a crafty approach and solid control. When he fully figures out big league hitters, he could be a good back-of-the-rotation type

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Post  MagicSox on Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:10 pm

Hello Blue Jays, would you happen to be interested in OF J.D. Drew?

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My Needs

Post  Curry on Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:18 pm

In order of priority:
Starting Catcher
No 2/No 3 Starter
Established Bullpen arm
1st Baseman
Outfielder

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Post  Curry on Sat Dec 12, 2009 6:54 pm

Offline for the night.
Feel free to send a PM about player availability and such

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Re: Toronto Blue Jays

Post  Curry on Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:06 am

The Toronto Blue Jays made their first transaction of the offseason, by sending sophomore Ricky Romero for Hideki Okajima and Aaron Bates of the Red Sox. As a result, Zach Zinicola have been placed on WAVIERS.

updated list of needs:
Middle of the Rotation Starter
Outfield
Bullpen

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40man Roster

Post  Curry on Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:22 am

Pitchers:
Brett Cecil [40man]
Aldoris Chapman [25man] (+20mill over 4years)
Reidier Gonzalez [40man]
Roy Halladay [25man]
Jesse Litsch [40man]
Shawn Marcum [25man]
Dustin McGowan [25man]
Brad Mills [40man]
David Purcey [40man]
Bobby Ray [40man]
Scott Richmond [40man]
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Jeremy Accardo [40man]
Shawn Camp [25man]
Jesse Carlson [25man]
Scott Downs [25man]
Jason Frasor [25man]
Dirk Hayhurst [40man]
Sean Henn [40man]
Casey Jannsen [40man]
Brandon League [25man]
Hideki Okajima [25man] +1.75million (-800k for Zincola and Romero) = +0.95million
Brian Tallet [40man]
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Catchers:
Rod Barajas [25man] +3.2mill
Raul Chavez [25man]
Randy Ruiz [25man]
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Infielders:
Aaron Bates [40man]
Jose Bautista [25man]
Brian Dopiak [40man]
Edwin Encarnacion [25man]
Alex Gonzalez [25man]
Aaron Hill [25man]
Jarret Hoffaieur [40man]
Adam Kennedy [MiLb]
Mike McCoy [40man]
John McDonald [25man]
Lyle Overbay [25man]
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Outfielders:
Eric Hinske [25man] +800k
Adam Lind [25man]
Travis Snider [25man]
Vernon Wells [25man]


Roster: 23/25
40/40

Offseason caphit:
23.75/150

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Re: Toronto Blue Jays

Post  Curry on Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:19 pm

The BlueJays waived three players from their roster.
Pitcher Josh Roen,
Pitcher Brian Wolfe,
Pitcher Luis Perez

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